Wembley Stadium Tickets

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Opening hours

The stadium has three time slots available, 10am-12pm, 12pm-2pm and 2pm-4pm.

You can arrive at any time during your chosen time slot, the last entry is at 4pm.

Whenever there are events on at Wembley stadium the tour is cancelled, you should check the website for the dates of tours available


How to get there

Underground (Metropolitan, Jubilee and Bakerloo lines)- Wembley Park Station is a ten minute walk from the stadium. Wembley Central Station is a 20 minute walk from the stadium.

Train- Wembley Stadium Station is a 10 minute walk from the stadium with services from the Midlands, Oxford and Buckinghamshire.

Bus- from Wembley Central Station use services 18, 92 and 182 to the stadium.

Coach- National Express has services direct to the stadium.

Car- you are advised to use the official car parks at the stadium.

Bicycle- there is cycle parking available in the north east corner of the stadium.


What are the prices of a stadium tour?
The walk-up price is £20 for adults and £12 for children under the age of 16 and senior citizens. Tickets pre-booked online cost £18 and £11. A family ticket consisting of 2 adults and 2 children costs £54 when booked online.
What is a VIP Tour?
There are several options for tailor made tours available for groups of all sizes and dependent upon your needs, a VIP tour ticket costs £70 for adults and £50 for children aged younger than 16. Tours can be focused on the history surrounding the old stadium, the design and structure of the new stadium or you can use a tour to host your own clubs awards ceremony including the presentation of medals and trophies.
How long does a tour last?
Each tour lasts for approximately 75 minutes, should you wish to then visit the Stadium Store and view the 1948 Olympic Tablets then the suggested time is around 90 minutes.
Can I show up for a tour without pre-booking?
You do not have to pre-book a tour and are welcome to just turn up and buy your tickets from the ticket office, there are a limited number of places on each tour and they do sell out. You are advised to book your space in advance. You should also be aware that on the days when the stadium is hosting an event then no tours are available, check the website for the available dates https://bookings.wembleytours.com/stadiumtours/booking/default.htm?page=1
Where is the Ticket Box Office located?
There are in fact two ticket offices, the East and West. They are both on Mezzanine Level also known as B1 Level. The ticket offices are usually open daily during normal office hours.
Is smoking allowed at the stadium?
Wembley Stadium is a non-smoking venue. Smoking, and that includes electronic or vapour cigarettes is not permitted anywhere within the stadium complex.
If I have to leave the stadium tour can I re-enter the stadium later?
Once you leave the tour if you wish to re-enter the stadium you will have to buy another ticket, subject to availability. There is a no re-entry policy in use at the stadium.

Must Know

Original Stadium
The original Wembley Stadium was officially opened in 1924, although it was first used for the FA Cup Final in 1923 when an estimated 200,000 people were crammed into what was then called the Empire Stadium as Bolton beat West Ham 2-0.
Uses for the stadium
While being the home of football, Wembley is used for international matches hosted by England’s National team as well as for cup finals, semi finals and play-offs. Other sporting events such as rugby and NFL have taken place there. It is also used as a venue for music concerts.
Wembley steps
The stadium is also famous for the steps up to the royal box where the winning team is famously presented with the FA Cup. The old stadium had 39 steps, in the new stadium there are now 107 steps to be negotiated.
Technology on the pitch
The playing surface uses desso technology which is a combination of synthetic grass and real grass to strengthen the playing area. This technology enables the stadium to be used as a multi use venue that includes a range of sports and music events.
Protecting the pitch
During musical events where fans are stood, protective panels are placed across the entire playing surface allowing space for up to 25,000 fans to stand, sing and dance. The giant screens in the stadium are each the size of about 600 domestic sized TV sets.
Catering at a Wembley event
During an event there are 34 bars that can be used, 8 restaurants, 98 kitchens and 688 food and drink outlets. The stadium has the capacity to serve 10,500 seated meals during an event. During the half time period of a football match approximately 40,000 pints of beer will be served in less than 15 minutes and 30,000 cups of soft drinks in about ten minutes.
The Arch
The Arch is the most striking feature of the new stadium and rises to a height of 133m. The span of the arch is 315m and can be seen across London.

Places Nearby

Lord’s is known as the ‘Home of Cricket,’ home of the Marylebone Cricket Club since 1814, although the ground was established in 1787. The 90-minute guided tours are an excellent way to learn the history of this hallowed ground as you are taken into the Long Room, the dressing rooms, the very modern, sci-fi like media centre as well as the MCC Museum which is packed with memorabilia. It is best to visit on a weekday, although no tours are possible on match days.
Keats House
The cottage lived in by John Keats for two years before his death in 1821 is now a museum which is devoted to the poet. You can visit on a self-guided tour of the three floors using a free audio guide. At the end of the tour visit the shop where his poems and letters are on sale.
Jewish Museum
This museum celebrating the contribution of British Jews opened in 2010 and explains the history, culture and rituals of Judaism. The museum also reflects on the Holocaust and life for British Jews across the centuries.
Royal Air Force Museum
The Royal Air Force Museum is located at the site of the former base of RAF Hendon. There is a collection of aircraft in the vast hangars ranging from bi-planes, flying boats, helicopters and bombers. During the tour you can also watch an interesting film about the Battle of Britain that took place in the sky in 1940.